SeaTwirl signs two LoI for S2 wind turbine


SeaTwirl has signed letters of intent (LOI) with two specialist companies for the development and manufacturing of composite parts for struts and blades as well bearing solutions to the company’s wind turbine named S2.

The intent is to develop cost efficient and robust solutions for the S2 and to enter into long-term cooperation agreements.

For the struts and blades, SeaTwirl will cooperate with Elitkomposit which is based Uddevalla, Sweden.

They are specialists in the development and manufacturing of composite solutions and delivers, among others, to high demanding customers in the defense and space industries.

For the bearing solution, the cooperation partner is IMO which is based in Gremsdorf outside of Nuremberg in Germany. IMO is a specialist with more than 30 years of experience from manufacturing bearing solutions for wind turbines.

SeaTwirl S2 is a floating 1 MW wind turbine which is planned for launch at a test site in Norway in 2022.

”It is very pleasing to be able to formalize the cooperation with both these specialist companies by signing letters of intent for long-term cooperation agreements. We continue to work in a structured way according to our project plan and view successful partnerships with suppliers as a key part of that work.”

SeaTwirl CEO Peter Laurits.
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